Reviewer BILL STEPHENS has been to see the musical theatre classif “A Little Night Music” in Sydney. He describes it as a "jewel of a production, brilliantly re-imagined, superbly mounted and wonderfully performed".
"Michael (Mikelangelo) Simic was such a huge personality on stage that, at times, you could see Shortis and Simpson struggling to keep up." HELEN MUSA reviews the latest edition of "Under the Influence".
"Sekuless goes for a female and non-binary cast of some strength and numbers and the pace never slackens. And nobody waits around for a scene change. The flow, the teamwork and the energy is constant."
"This consistently well-sung production, with its attractive costumes, settings, large chorus and orchestra, succeeds in providing a delightfully entertaining evening of musical theatre," says reviewer BILL STEPHENS.
Just when you thought you'd had about as much Jane Austen as you could take, the Wharf’s scriptwriters Jonathan Biggins and Drew Forsythe have come up with "Pride in Prejudice" as the title of their satirical revue for 2023.
'Wicked' remains one of the most popular Broadway shows ever. This stunning production, with its outstanding Australian cast shows exactly why." BILL STEPHENS falls in love with "Wicked" all over again.
"Focusing on five women and the misogyny and sexism they faced while trying to do their work under trying conditions, this bright and clever musical is both entertaining and poignant." LEN POWER reviews "The Hello Girls".
In a splendid coup, producer Ylaria Rogers and her fledgling company Heart Strings Theatre have secured the rights to stage a musical so contemporary that most readers won't have heard of it, writes HELEN MUSA.
“Miss Saigon” is structurally flawed, with too much attention given to the self-justifying white American wife, Ellen, taking away from what should be a starkly tragic ending, writes reviewer HELEN MUSA.
"Although promoted as a 'cabaret about love, death and telling the truth', the actuality felt like a harrowing play with music, about the mental breakdown of a successful, cabaret artist." BILL STEPHENS reviews "Finale".